CHI vs MIL Dream11 NBA Team Prediction – Fantasy Team News

Updated on: Nov 16, 2018 9:41 pm IST

  • CHI vs MIL Dream11

    CHI vs MIL Dream11 NBA Team Prediction – Fantasy Team News
    Milwaukee Bucks vs Chicago Bulls


    Match Timing: November 17, 2018, @ 08:00 AM IST
    NBA Regular Season
    Venue – Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee
    Capacity- 17,500



    Milwaukee Bucks will aim to return to winning way when they host Chicago Bulls in an NBA match at Fiserv Forum, in downtown Milwaukee, on Saturday morning (IST).


    Milwaukee Bucks:

    Milwaukee Bucks are a real contender in Western Conference; this term is being tossed again and again by most NBA experts and the fans are shouting about it as well on the social media.

    Their hot start to the new campaign is a reason enough to believe, other is the form of Giannis Antetokounmpo who is racking up stats good enough to fetch him an NBA MVP award come the end of the season.

    But the biggest factor, if the Bucks could maintain it throughout the season barring some occasional and unavoidable slip-up here and there, is their healthy team chemistry. You could see it the way Bucks are playing as a team, working in tandem, creating spaces for each other and no wonder they are one of the best shooting teams in NBA this season.

    Khris Middleton also looks like a completely different player this season. The wingman currently possesses the best eyes as far as sending the ball into the hoop from beyond the arc is concerned. The 27-year-old is shooting at 46.4 per cent from the 3-point line in the 2018-19 campaign which is a big improvement from his 35.9% mark last year.

    The occasional slip-up we were talking about is the one they suffered in the last match against Memphis Grizzlies. Milwaukee headed into that match as one of the only two teams to possess a 100% home record across both the conferences. But the home team lost 113-116 and the head coach Mike Budenholzer was left ruing a performance which shone in bits and pieces.


    Chicago Bulls:

    Chicago Bulls have won just three games this season and possess a 4-11 record which is only good enough to pull them away from the bottom three. But three of those wins have come against New York Knicks, Atlanta Hawks and Cleveland Cavaliers; three teams lying below them in the Eastern Conference.

    Last time around, they were thrashed 111-82 by Boston Celtics at TD Garden. Bulls shocked the hosts with their intensity in the first quarter as they won it 24-19. But the Greens then ripped the Mickey out of Bulls, beating them 32-11 and never fell behind after that. This was Bulls’ seventh loss in the last nine and are already three games behind Orlando Magic who occupy the last playoff spot in the East.


    Regular Season Record-
    Milwaukee Bucks: W-10, L-4
    Chicago Bulls: W-4, L-11


    Players to watch out for:

    Milwaukee Bucks:

    Giannis Antetokounmpo – Much of the Bucks’ rise this season can be put down to Antetokounmpo’s imperious form this season. The 23-year-old is dropping 25.8 points per game this season, hitting in the 20s in almost all the games has been the highlight of his consistency this season. Not only the points, but Giannis is also scoring 12.7 rebounds per game.

    Khris Middleton – He has been a lynchpin for Milwaukee Buck in the first 14 games. Scoring points (averaging 19.7 for the season), breaking up the play, creating the spaces for his teammates, and his passing as well, he is a whole package.


    Chicago Bulls:
    Zach LaVine – Like a puff of dark clouds in the desert, Zach LaVine is doing more than enough for this team this season to at least make them a contender for the playoffs. But sadly, his efforts have been going in vain. The 23-year-old point guard is going for 25.9 points per game this season.
    Jabari Parker He is the 2nd best player for Chicago Bulls this season, scoring 14.7 points per game. The 23-year-old is a good enough player to be included in your NBA fantasy team.


    Milwaukee Bucks:
    Injured – D. J. Wilson hasn’t featured for Bucks this season as he is yet to recover from the muscle injury. The 22-year-old remains sidelined for the hosts.
    Questionable – Donte DiVincenzo is suffering from a knee injury and will be assessed ahead of this match.
    Suspended – Jodie Meeks is suspended for the home team and won’t be playing this match.


    Chicago Bulls:
    Injured – Chicago Bulls are not performing to their full potential and a lot has been affected by the long injury list they have right now.
    Bobby Portis has played just four games this season and he has been ruled out for this game as well.
    Kriss Dunn (knee), Lauri Markkanen (Elbow) and Denzel Valentine (Knee) all will be missing the action.
    Questionable – No player has been listed as questionable as of yet
    Suspended – None

    CHI vs MIL Dream11 Teams (Probables):

    • Milwaukee Bucks: Giannis Antetokounmpo (F), Khris Middleton (F), Brook Lopez (C), Eric Bledsoe (G), Malcolm Brogdon (G)
    • Chicago Bulls: Justin holiday (F), Jabari Parker (F), Wendell Carter Jr. (C), Zach LaVine (G), Ryan Arcidiacono (G)


    From the bench:

    • Milwaukee Bucks: Pat Connaughton, Ersan Ilyasova, Tony Snell, Thon Maker, John Henson
    • Chicago Bulls: Shaquille Harrison, Chandler Hutchison, Antonio Blakeney, Robin Lopez, Cristiano Felicio, Cameron Payne


    CHI vs MIL DREAM11 Fantasy Team:



    Milwaukee Bucks may have lost their first home game of the season against Memphis Grizzlies, but they remain one of the in-form sides in NBA this season. For Chicago Bulls, this game could all about how much they can handle the talent of the Bucks.
    A home win is our call.



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